Dunlap’s interception rallies Bengals over Colts 24-23

Adam Vinatieri kicked three field goals for the Colts and moved into a tie with Gary Anderson for second-most points in NFL history with 2,434.

Caesars Palace sportsbooks reported having “significant” parlay liability on Pittsburgh and ended up taking a six-figure loss on the NFL on Sunday, director of specialty games Frank Kunovic told ESPN. CG Technology and MGM were among the other bookmakers that suffered a small losing Sunday.

While holding the lead in the second half, offensive coordinator John Morton dialed up seven runs to eight pass attempts on 15 plays over three drives. It was only after that lead evaporated did the pass-run ratio tilt to 13-2 (not including spikes), with the final drive of the game consisting of six passes as Josh McCown tried to rally the Jets with just over a minute remaining.

A frustrated Forte believes running the ball more in the rain would have been the correct call.

“You got a wet ball out there,” Forte said. “It’s rainy. It wasn’t like a light drizzle. It was really really raining. If I was a coordinator… (and) I’m obviously biased because I’m a running back — raining like that, yeah, you would think that we would run it more than we did. But like I said, every game is different. He’s calling the plays. He has to call what he sees out there.”

Lineman Carlos Dunlap batted Jacoby Brissett’s pass into the air, grabbed the ball and ran 16 yards to the end zone for a game-turning touchdown Sunday, rallying the Cincinnati Bengals to a 24-23 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.

The defensive end excels at swatting away passes — he led NFL linemen last season — and changed the game with his third career score.

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